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#1 Post by richnet » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:24 pm

Hi,

Can we show what we are seeing in our PDA screen into an external LCD screen which have only a RCA input? Anyone tried that before?

I'm running on AUSS P535.

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Re: PDA screen to LCD screen?

#2 Post by civic98 » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:35 pm

richnet wrote:Hi,

Can we show what we are seeing in our PDA screen into an external LCD screen which have only a RCA input? Anyone tried that before?

I'm running on AUSS P535.


Firstly check if your PDA supports such function, if it does, there should be a adaptor and cable for the purpose. And the input type of the screen usually depends on the type of adaptor available.

For another purpose, you can use Microsoft's Remote Display Control to view and control your PDA from your PC. Here:-

http://pocketpcfreewares.com/en/index.php?soft=212

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Re: PDA screen to LCD screen?

#3 Post by richnet » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:41 pm

how to check?

check from ASUS?
hmm... don't know where I throw the manual to already.. hehehe
but even got, I don't think they mentioned about it before... :(

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Re: PDA screen to LCD screen?

#4 Post by SilverBeauty » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:49 pm

As Brother Civiv98 says, you will need to check if ASUS has capability to support external monitor or third party hardware. A friend of mine uses the Colorgraphic Voyager adapter which is a Type I CF-Card to connect your Pocket PC to an external monitor. There is also a USB version available. He bought during a previous PC show in Singapore. See picture
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Re: PDA screen to LCD screen?

#5 Post by richnet » Wed Sep 12, 2007 4:05 pm

oooo... but that thing is connected to PC ar...

I've got a LCD in-car, and I'm trying to connect it to my car's LCD, which only have RCA port. hehe...

anyway, I still need to check with ASUS le..

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Re: PDA screen to LCD screen?

#6 Post by SilverBeauty » Wed Sep 12, 2007 4:13 pm

richnet wrote:oooo... but that thing is connected to PC ar...

I've got a LCD in-car, and I'm trying to connect it to my car's LCD, which only have RCA port. hehe...

anyway, I still need to check with ASUS le..


If your PDA has an SD card slot like my Treo 650, one end plugs to it and the other end direct to input of monitor ( VGA port ). The appropriate driver is loaded to your PDA and viola ... external monitor mode .... No need for PC.

I do not know if a RGB version exists as per your mention of RCA port. You will need to check with hardware manufacturer of the accessory.

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Re: PDA screen to LCD screen?

#7 Post by Prometheus » Tue Sep 18, 2007 4:12 pm

I researched this possiblity before. There are a few ways to bring the PDA video to a biggger screen but not effective. I abandoned the idea. Also all the aftermarket parts have compatiility problems, and difficult to buy and expensive.

My current idea is for a Car PC, or easier still, a HP Tablet PC in the car with touch screen, running Garmin Nroute or Mapking PC. Large screen will be available..
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why my phone keep on auto-shutdown one??

#8 Post by richnet » Mon Oct 08, 2007 2:10 pm

hey guys,

I got this problem with my Asus P535 recently..
it keeps on auto-shutdown by itself.. which I was totally unaware of it..

anyone having this problem?

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Re: why my phone keep on auto-shutdown one??

#9 Post by hacker » Mon Oct 08, 2007 2:58 pm

I think u should hard reset or reinstall your operating WM.
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Re: why my phone keep on auto-shutdown one??

#10 Post by richnet » Mon Oct 08, 2007 3:02 pm

huh?
again?

ai meh??
i took quite sometime to install all the stuff le..
hehe...

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